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Beta Blog by Sfaf_manager - 3w ago

Starting May 7, you’ll find BETA blog on the newly-redesigned San Francisco AIDS Foundation website. Articles and links from the current site will redirect to our new home. On the … Read More →
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Beta Blog by San Francisco Aids Foundation - 2M ago

The term “undetectable viral load” pops up everywhere from lab reports and medical journals to social media, dating apps and global awareness campaigns. Here are some key terms and concepts … Read More →
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Long-awaited results from a three-year PrEP clinical trial evaluating a new candidate medication for PrEP were revealed at the HIV science conference CROI on March 6, 2019. The PrEP medication … Read More →
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PrEP and treatment as prevention (TasP) are empowering people of any HIV status to live without fear of HIV. PrEP reduces anxiety around HIV infection for people who are HIV-negative … Read More →
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In the U.S. nearly 20% of new HIV infections are among cisgender women (cis women) with higher rates among women of color. Yet rates of PrEP uptake among women have … Read More →
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Even in its mildest form, HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment can cause problems related to everyday cognitive tasks requiring memory and recall, problem solving and coordinated movement. Now, new research shows that … Read More →
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When Herbert* moved to San Francisco, he left friends, family, and his doctor behind. He lost access to the combination of HIV medications that had kept him healthy and prevented … Read More →
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Beta Blog by San Francisco Aids Foundation - 4M ago

For many years, researchers have observed that people using stimulants (such as meth, powder cocaine, and crack-cocaine) who are living with HIV are less likely to stay engaged in HIV … Read More →
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In HIV treatment and prevention, we oftentimes use the term “undetectable” as a way to measure the success of a person’s HIV treatment. People who get and stay undetectable not … Read More →
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Black transgender women have one of the highest rates of HIV of any population in the U.S., with one study estimating an HIV prevalence rate of 56%. Yet the extent … Read More →
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